OFII members are generally some of the largest international companies with operations in the United States. Most OFII member companies are in the manufacturing sector, in line with overall FDI in the United States. While more than 60 percent of all international companies in the United States have fewer than 1,000 U.S. employees, OFII members each employ an average of more than 12,000 Americans. OFII members have operations in all 435 congressional districts. In terms of global heritage, the parent-companies of OFII members (OFII members are U.S. subsidiaries) are largely from European countries. However, our members’ global connections reach to six continents. Not only does this make the U.S. economy more resilient, it means countries all over the globe now have a stake in America’s economic success. Check out our membership list.
If your company is a U.S. subsidiary of an international company, with management and control functions in the United States, please let us know if you would like to learn more about joining the Organization for International Investment.
On a regular basis, OFII brings together executives from its member companies to focus on key issues relevant to their job function.